HMM 05 – 27 – 21
Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
We begin with an update on the ongoing fight to stop LaFarge Ravena Cement plant from burning tires.
Then we hear excerpts from a press conference by the Poor People’s Campaign and the Congressional Progressive Caucus introducing legislation for a Third Reconstruction to address poverty and low wages.
Later on, a Burmese activist now living in Utica talks about the revolution in his home country and protests held in Utica on May 22nd.
After that, we finish our interview with Perry Junjulas of the Albany Damien Center which supports the mental health of its AIDS patients.
Finally, we get a recap of Tuesday’s press conference, urging the Rensselaer Board of Elections to add more early voting sites